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S/ M No.

: OSPC740001

Ser v ice M a nua l


Portable DVD Player
Model: DPC-7400 Series

C aution
: In this Manual, some parts can be changed for improving,
their performance without notice in the parts list.

May. 2005
Revision Record

Date Rev No Section Description

17/ Oct./ 2005 0.1 New edition

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.


All trademarks used in the specifications are the property of their respective owners.
1. General Descriptions…………………………………………………… 1
1.1. Model Features… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 1
1.2. Information… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 2
2. Electrical Characteristics……………………………………………… 3
2.1. Optical Characteristics… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 3
2.2. Electrical Characteristics… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .. 3
2.3. System Block Diagram… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 4
3. Power………………………………………………………………………. 11
3.1. Power Supply… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 11
3.2. Rechargeable Battery. … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 11
4. Dimension & Physical Characteristics……………………………. 13
4.1. Outline Dimension… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 13
4.2. Physical Characteristics… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .. 13
4.3. Exploded View… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 14
5. Regulatory Standards…………………………………………………..15
5.1. Safety… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .. 15
5.2. EMI… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 15
5.3. Ergonomics… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 15
6. Service Tools and Equipment………………………………………. 16
6.1. Service Tools and Equipment .… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 16
6.2. Storing and Handling Test Discs… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .. 16
6.3. Notes… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … .. 17
7. Spare Parts………………………………………………………………. 19
7.1. key Parts List..… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 19
8. Trouble shooting………………………………………………………… 20
8.1. Error Code Table … … .… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … . 20
8.2. Debug & Trouble Shooting … … ..… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … 21
1 General Descriptions

1.1 Model Features

Video: DVD Playback, MPEG4(option) ,DivX(DivX Model),Kodak Picture CD compatible

& JPEG readable

Audio: CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, WMA Playback

Firmware Upgradable

Dolby Digital Output

7" active-matrix TFT screen, 16:9 wide aspect ratio

Composite Video Output

Ultra dimension & light weight: 200mm(L) x 155mm(W) x 38mm(H) / 900g (around)

Slim size wireless remote control

Rechargeable battery pack

12-volt car cigarette lighter cable

Universal AC/DC power adapter

Audio/video cable for TV connection

Built-in stereo speakers

Two Stereo headphone jack

Parental Lock

Anti Shock Protection

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1.2 Information

Disk Format DVD, VCD, CD, MP3, CD-R, CD-RW, MPEG4 (OPTION),JPEG,
Kodak Picture CD, DivX(DivX Model),WMA
Video System NTSC / PAL/Auto
Video Decompression MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC-13818), MPEG-1
Video Output 800~1200mVpp/75 ohm
Audio Characteristic 2-Channel Analog
Analog Output 1.0~2.0Vrms/10K ohm
Frequency Response DVD: 48kHz Sampling: 20Hz-20kHz
CD: 20Hz-20kHz
S/N Ratio <= -65dB
Dynamic Range <= -85dB
Audio Output Noise &Distortion Less than<= 0.01%
Digital Output SPDIF
Headphone Jack 32ohm (30Mw) > 8ohm
LCD Display 7” active-matrix TFT type
Audio / Video Section Audio input/output x1
Video input/output x1
S-Video / Coaxial output x1

Audio Section Digital Output: Coaxial x1


Headphone Jack Headphone Jack x1
Line Voltage AC 100~240 VAC ± 10%(50/60Hz), (Adapter)
Power Consumption 12W (DC 12V, 1.0A)
Remote Control DC 3V Infra-red
Dimensions 200mm(L) x 155mm(W) x 38mm(H)
Weight 900 g (around)
Accessories Slim Size Remote Controller with 3V Battery
12-volt Car Cigarette Lighter Cable
Universal AC/DC Power Adapter
Audio Cable / Video Cable
Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery Pack
S-video / Coaxial cable

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2 Electrical Characteristics

2.1 Optical Characteristics

Parameter Specifications Unit


Screen Size 7.0 (16:9 diagonal) inch
Display Format 1400 (H)  234 (V) dot
Active Area 154.08 (H)  86.08 (V) mm
Dot Pitch 0.107 (H)  0.370 (V) mm
Pixel Configuration Stripe
Outline Dimension 166.0 (W)  100.0 (H)  7.2 (D)(typ.) mm
Surface Treatment Anti-Glare and Hard Coating
Weight 180 ± 10 g

2.2 Electrical Characteristics

DVD/ SVCD/ VCD/ CD system decoding, packeted element streams and audio, video element
streams.
Fully digital servo processing (focusing, tracking, sledge and spindle servo control)

Fully digital calibration (focusing/ tracking offset and balance)

Digital phase lock loop with phase equalizer

Support Audio/ Video/ Photograph decoding and programming

Programmable Y/C delay relationship

Embedded micro-controller, up to 50MHz operating frequency

1.8V and 3.3V dual power supply, 208 pin PQFP

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2.3 System Block Diagram

2.3.1. The System Block Diagram & the Block's Function Description

INVERTER

DISPLAY
7” TFT LCD
PW070XU3

DC To DC
MP1580
TFT LCD Driver
IR3Y29B +HX8806

1. Loader
DM-520A
2. Servo +MPEG
MT1389D/MT1389C

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LM1
LM2
+5V
+5V

2
CM1 DM1 22uH
6.8uH CM2
0.01uF DIODE
UM1 100uF/10V/LU

1
1 BS Sync 8
9VIN 2 7 CM3
9VIN Vin EN RM1 10K 1% 0.022uF
3 6
Vsw Comp
4 5
C4 GND FB
10uF MPS1580 CM5
100pF
NCTR_5V RM2 33R RM3 30.9K
RM4 RM5
39K 10K
C136
22uF
LM3
LM4 6.8uH
+3.3V
+3.3V

2
22uH
DM2
CM8 CM7
DIODE 220uF/6.3V/LU
0.01uF
UM2 CM9

1
1 8 RM6 10K 1% 0.022uF
BS Sync
2 Vin EN 7
3 6
Vsw Comp CM10
4 5
GND FB 100pF

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C119 MPS1580
10uF RM7 OPEN
RM8 16.9K
RM9 RM10
OPEN 10K C135
+3.3V 22uF
RM11
R156 4.7K/open R1
330O
2.3.2 Schematic Circuit Diagram

4.7k/open
R2 330O NCTR_5V

3
NCTR_5V
Q1

3
1
CTR_5V RM12 3904
OPEN/10K
1 QM1
CTR_5V OPEN/3904
D1 +3.3V

2
2
RFV33
1 2 L26
RFV33
LED1

3
FB
+ C120
CB59 220uF/6.3V/lu
0.1uF
(1)POWER_MPS

LDO_AV33
L27
LDO_AV33
FB
+ C121
CB60 220uF/6.3V/lu
0.1uF
DELETA
1
1 1
CON1
PDETVOUT4
+3.3V
OUTVIN 3
VIN 2
1
GND
BATTERY +3.3V
D2 C1
9VIN
1 1 2 9VIN
J1 3 100uF/6.3V/LU
2 RB053L-30 C2 C118
C3
POWERJACK 0.1uF 47uF/25V/LU 0.1uF
+3.3V
+3.3V
U1 RT9167A-185CS +5V
V18 +5V
2 3 V18
IN OUT
1 4
SHDN- BP

GND
GND
GND
GND
CTR_LOAD
+3.3V C6 CTR_LOAD
R3 C5 100uF/6.3V/LU
10k(8.2K) 0.01uF CTR_AUDIO

5
6
7
8
CTR_AUDIO
+3.3V
+5V CTR_TFT5V
R4 CTR_TFT5V
47K R5 L2 20uH VCC POWDET_MCU
U3A VCC POWDET_MCU
R6 3K POWDET_MPEG
8

3.3K LM393
POWDET_MPEG
2 - C7
POWDET_MCU 100uF/10V/LU
1 +5V_TRAN
3 + POWDET_MCU +5V_TRAN
4

R7
R8 3K
0(1.8K)
U3B
8

LM393
6 -
VSYNC#
7
POWDET_MPEG
5 +
R10
R9 47K
4

3.9K
-10V_TFT
D3
1 R11 1
1
1N5819

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20K
1 2
D4 + C9
1 2 47uF/25V/LU
C10
47uF/25V/LU 1N5819 C11
22uF/25V/LU
+15V_TFT

7
5

6
U5 R12 220R L1 20uH

7
5

6
TER9.5*100M
C12
0.1uF + C13
47uF/25V/LU
R13
U6 BA05SFP 20K

3
9VIN +5V_TRAN
2 VIN VOUT 4
+5V_TRAN +7.5V_TFT

3
1 5 D5

GND

GND
C14 CTL NC
1 2
0.1uF

3
U22 Q2 1N5819
RT9262 BSH105

6
C15

6
R14 0.1uF + C16
1
8 2 1M 100uF/16V/LU

VDD
CE EXT

2
+3.3V_TFT
(2) POWER FOR TFT

4 7
LDOO LX

GND
C17 3 5
1000pF R15 LFB FB
1.6M
R16 R17

1
C18
+3.3V 0.1uF 0R 200K
R18
560K
R159
R160 4.7K/open
4.7k/open
HSYNC# R158 330O
CTR_TFT5V
-10V_TFT

3
-10V_TFT
R157 OPEN/10K Q18
1 +15V_TFT
OPEN/3904 +15V_TFT
+7.5V_TFT

2
+7.5V_TFT
+3.3V_TFT
+3.3V_TFT
+5V_TRAN +5V_TFT
+5V_TFT
1 1
1
+3.3V
R167 L34 DV33
0 FB
APLLVDD3
L33 JITFO C71 390pF JITFN
RFV33 RFV33 RFVDD3 TP3
V1P4

L3
0.1uF

TP2 R166 750k CB70 + CE46


C72 2200pF C73 FB C74 C75 C76 DACVDD3
0.1uF/N.C 0.1uF 10uF/25v
L50
100k

FB

14
0.47uF/N.C
C77
20pF

DV33 R168 680k OPO R169 0 ADIN 0.1uF 0.01uF 2200pF CB71 + CE47 U20A
TP4
L36 L42 2.7u, DIP
FB OP- 10uF/25v C80 0.1uF 10uF/25v

14
TP5 10uH 1 2
C78
15k

CB200 + CE100 OP+ 3216 C79 C81 U20B


TP6 1500pF
R170

+
1000pF

R176 10uF/10v C114 R217 R


0603C XTALI
0.1uF

0.1uF 220uF/16V R172 R173 R174 6.8 74HC04 3 4


XO

150k 150k C83 PLLVDD3 TP8 TP9 1000p


XI

7
C82

2200pF 680k DV33 C115


R175

C84

V33 V1P4 R218 100k 74HC04 C


0
0
C87

R177 R ADACVDD3

7
+3.3V
0.033uF

0.047uF

0.047uF

RFV33 ADACVDD3 + CE48 CB72

ASDAT2
ASDAT1
ASDAT0
RFVDD3

ASPDIF
L51 100uF/16v R21
0.1uF

SP- R181 1 Y1 C27MHz R220

ALRCK
SP+ CE49 0.1uF XI XO
ADACVDD3

+3.3V RFV33 + 1 2

FS0
APLLVDD3
RFVDD3

DACVDD3

DACVDD3

DACVDD3
CE1
0.1uF

XTALI R178
R179

LIMIT + 1000uF/10v
PLLVDD3

C88
RFVDD3

C8
+ce49=1000uf 16800PF 0 0
RFV18

FB +c88=17nf
JITFO
JITFN

AR

Y6
Y5
AL

Y4

Y3
C89

C91

C92

+ CE78 SL+ 0603C 0603C


C90

CB107 220uF/16V SL- C15 closed to Pin186 C93 FS TP10


0.1uF
C94

0.1uF VREF TP11


V2P8 V20 V1P4 C116 C117
LDO_AV33 C95 R182 22p 22p
L52 CB73 + CE51 CB74 + CE52 CB75 + CE53
6
5
4
3
2
1

216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
LDO_AV33 DV33 0.1uF
0.1uF 47uF/16v 0.1uF 47uF/16v 0.1uF 47uF/16v 2K
FB R183
HRFZC
OSN

RFRPAC

JITFN
JITFO

DACVSSC
XTALI
XTALO

AR

G
RFGC

RFGND

RFRPDC

RFGND18
ADACGND

DACVDDC
IREF

RFVDD18

VCM
CRTPLP

LPFIN

LPFON

IDACEXLP

MC_DATA
OSP

ADCVSS

APLLCAP

DACVSSA

DACVSSB

CVBS

VREF

ASDATA3
ASDATA2
ASDATA1
ASDATA0
PLLVSS

AL

APLLVSS

FS

DVDD3
AVDD3

RFVDD3

ADCVDD3

ADACVDD3

DACVDDA

DACVDDB

SPDIF

ALRCK
LPFOP

LPFIP

PLLVDD3

APLLVDD3
+ CE77 R185 10k 4.7k V18
J6
CB108 220uF/16V
0.1uF 6x1 W/HOUSING_180
V18 1
L37 B C97 1uF AGND ACLK
TP12 2 162
V18 RFV18 A C98 1uF DVDA ACLK ABCK
TP13 3 161
FB CB76 D C99 1uF DVDB ABCK
TP14 4 160
C C100 1uF DVDC DVSS R187 0 TROUT
TP15 5 159
0.1uF RFO C101 1uF DVDD GPIO5 R188 0 TRIN IR1 +3.3V
TP16 6 158
C102 C DVDRFIP GPIO4 R189 0 LIMIT
TP17 7 157
C DVDRFIN GPIO3
8 156
D MA DVDD18 MA4
9 155
1 GND A MB RA4 MA5 R28
10 154
2 Vs(Vc) B MC RA5 MA6 4.7K
11 153
3 Vcc SUBA MD RA6 MA7

3
2
1
TP18 12 152
4 E SUBB SA RA7
TP19 13 151
5 F SUBC SB DVDD3 MA8
TP20 14 150
6 D SUBD SC RA8 MA9 CE16
TP21 15 149 +
7 A C103 1uF SD RA9 MA11
16 148
8 B CDFON RA11 DCKE ALRCK 100uF/6.3V/LU
17 147
9 C E CDFOP CKE DCLK
TP22 18 146
10 VRF(1.4V) F TNI RCLK
TP23 19 145
11 GND(NC) MDI1 TPI DVSS MA3 R191
TP24 20 144
12 PD MDI2 MDI1 RA3 1k
TP25 21 143
13 GND LDO2 MDI2 DVSS MA2 0603R IR
TP26 22 142
14 VR LDO1 LDO2 RA2 MA1
23 141
VCC
L4
AVCC
15
16
17
18

LD(CD)
LD(DVD)
GND
VR

RFVDD3
TP27
CB77
0.1uF
TP28
TP29
RFOP
RFON

24
25
26
27

LDO1
SVDD3
CSO/RFOP
RFLVL/RFON
MT1389D RA1
RA0
RA10
DVDD3

140
139
138
137

MA0
MA10
BA1 INT/EXT

C33
100pF
1
Vcc SGND BA1 INT/EXT [5]
19 V2P8 28 136 BA0
FB 20 PD(Monitor)
Fo+
TP30
TP31
V20 29
V2REFO
V20
V1.7 BA0
RCS#
135 CS#
21 V1P4 30 134 RAS#
Fo- TP32 VREFO RAS#
22 FEO 31 133 CTR_TFT5V VCC
Tr+ TP33 FEO DVDD18 CTR_TFT5V [5]
23 TEO 32 132 CAS#
Tr- TP34 TEO CAS# AVCC [1 ]
24 TEZISLV 33 131 WE# PCE#
TP35 TEZISLV RWE# PCE# [3]
C104 OPO PWR#
HITACHI OP-
34
35
OP_OUT DVSS
130
129 DQM1
PWR# [3] 1
2
1
OP_INN DQM1 2
HOP1200/1200N(1240) AVCC
0.1uF OP+
DMO
36
37
OP_INP RD8
128
127
DQ8
DQ9
ACLK
ABCK
3
4
3
FB FMO DMO RD9 DQ10 ASDATA3 4
38 126 HSYNC# 5
L38 C105 R192 R193 TROPEN FMO RD10 DQ11 MC_DATA 5
39 125 HSYNC# [4] 6
V1P4 C R TROPENPWM RD11 DQ12 VSYNC# ASDATA2 6
40 124 VSYNC# [4] 7
C106 CE54 R TRO PWMOUT1/ADIN0 RD12 MUTE_DAC ASDATA2 7
+ 41 123 MUTE_DAC [5] 8
HA1 CB78 0.1uF 100uF/16v FOO TRO DVDD3 DQ13 URST# VSCK 8
42 122 URST# [1] 9
0.1uF ADIN FOO RD13 DQ14 VSTB 9
43 121 10
GND VSYNC# FG/ADIN1 RD14 VSDA 10
1 44 120 Y[3..6] 11
V20 HSYNC# GPIO0 DVSS DQ15 Y[3..6] [5] 11
2 45 119 FS0 CON2
AVCC1 V18 STBY R194 0 GPIO1 RD15 DQ0
3 46 118 FS0 [4]
E A2 GPIO2 RD0 DQ1 VIDEO INTERFACE
4 47 117 CONTROLBORD,11P,PITCH=1.5MM
F V18 IOA2 RD1 DQ2
5 Very Important to 48 116
D A3 DVDD18 RD2 A[0..21]
6 49 115 A[0..21] [3]
reduce Noise IOA3 DVSS

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7 A A4 50 114 DQ3 AD[0..7]
IOA4 RD3 AD[0..7] [3]
8 B A5 51 113 DQ4
C A6 IOA5 RD4 DQ5 PRD# PRD# [3]
9 52 112
RFO 2 A7 IOA6 RD5 DQ6 PWR# PWR# [3]
10 53 111
IOA7 RD6
TOP

11 GND A8 54 110 DQ7 PCE# PCE# [3]


MDI1 HIGHA0 RD7 DQM0
1
12 C DQM0
109

DVDD18
GND L39 FLASH

HIGHA7
HIGHA6
HIGHA5
HIGHA4
HIGHA3
HIGHA2
HIGHA1
13

DVDD3

DVDD3

DVDD3

DVDD3
PRST#
IOWR#

UP1_2
UP1_3

UP1_4
UP1_5
UP1_6

UP1_7
UP3_0
UP3_1
UP3_4
UP3_5
IOOE#

GPIO6

GPIO7
IOCS#

UWR#
IOA18

IOA19

IOA20

IOA21
DVSS

DVSS

DVSS

DVSS

INT0#
R195 10

URD#
14 MA[0..11] MA[0..11] [3]

IOA1

IOA0
ALE
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6

AD7
A16

A17

ICE
15 LD-CD 10uH 1 B C E3 DQ[0..15]

IR
DQ[0..15] [3]
16 LD-DVD BA[0..1]
BA[0..1] [3]

100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
17

55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
18 R196 10 2SB1132 U17 DQM[0..1]
MT1389D
DQM[0..1] [3]
19 AVCC1 A18 DCLK
DCLK [3]
20 MDI2 Q25 A19 UQ216
21 DCKE
DCKE [3]
2

2SB1132 CAS#

RGB_SWITCH
22 DV33 CAS# [3]

MUTE_DAC
23 1 LDO2 RAS#
RAS# [3]

TRCLOSE
24 V18 WE#

RESET#
WE# [3]

PRD#
L40 CE55 CS#

URST#
UWR#
PWR#

INT0#
VSTB
PCE#

URD#
CS# [3]

VSCK

VSDA
A1

RXD
+
3

TXD
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6

AD7

SCL

SDA
A16

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A10

A20

A21
ALE

A17
47uF/16v

ICE
A9

A0

IR
HEADER 24 SMD0.5 TOP R197 4.7 LDO_AV33
HOP1200/1200N(1240) CB79 CB80 CB81 CB82 CB83 MEMORY
10uH
R198 4.7 V18 R190 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF
TP37
Q26 TP38 TP43 10k TP40
TP41
+ CE56 TP42
TP39
TP44 TP45
3
2SB1132 TP46 SCL
SCL [3]
1 47uF/16v LDO1 SDA
SDA [3]
DV33
FOSO R199 33k FOO DV33
TRSO R200 33k TRO IIC

2
F- FMSO R201 15k FMO
F+ DMSO R202 10k DMO CB84 CB85 CB86 CB87 CB88 CB89
ASDAT[0..2] ASDAT[0..2] [5]
TP47 TP48 C107 C108 C109 C110 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF AL
AL [5]
AR
AR [5]
R203 R204 R205 R206 VSCK VSCK
1 1 1 1 330pF 330pF 0.1uF 0.015uF VSDA VSDA
U38
T- 15 14 V1P4 +3.3V J8 DV33 ALRCK ALRCK [5]
VOTK+ VOFC+ ACLK ACLK [5]
16 13
SL+ VOTK- VOFC- SP- ABCK ABCK [5]
TP49 17 12 TP50 1
SL- VOLD+ VOSL+ SP+ RxD ASPDIF ASPDIF [4]
TP51 18 11 TP52 MO_VCC 2
VOLD- VOSL- TxD CB90 CB91 CB92
19 10 +3.3V 3
MO_VCC T+ PGND PGND
20 9 4
VNFTK PVCC1 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF AUDIO INTERFACE
21 8
PVCC2 VCC 4x1 W/HOUSING
30 29
22
G2 G1
7
R210
10k
R211
20k
RS-232
R209 20k FMSO PREGND VNFFC DMSO
23 6
VINLD VOSL
24 5
CTK2 VINSL- V1P4

2
25 4 TP1
TRSO CTK1 VINSL+ R212 20k
26 3 D6 URST#
C111 V1P4 VINTK CF2
27 2 R22
150pF CB93 STBY BIAS CF1 FOSO C112 VCC L41 MO_VCC
28 1 1N4148
STBY VINFC 150pF
39k
0.1uF

1
BA5954 FB
R215 CB95 + CE58
10k 0.1uF 47uF/16v + C19 R23
(3) SERVO&MPEG

47uF 100k
R19 0 R20 0
CTR_5V TROPEN INT/EXT RESET#
K1
3 TRCLOSE
2
1
4 3 POWERON/OFF
R69
SW1 3 4
10K 10K R155
PUSHBUTTON
SW2
1 2 R72 10K
DV33
2 1
TFT_SWITCH
TRIN
TROUT
1
U7 U8
MA0 21 2 DQ7 MA0 21 2 DQ0 SD33
MA1 A0 DQ0 DQ6 MA1 A0 DQ0 DQ1
22 3 22 3
MA2 A1 DQ1 DQ5 MA2 A1 DQ1 DQ2
23 5 23 5
MA3 A2 DQ2 DQ4 MA3 A2 DQ2 DQ3
24 6 24 6
MA4 A3 DQ3 DQ3 MA4 A3 DQ3 DQ4 CB39
27 8 27 8 CB36 CB37 CB38 CB40 CB41 CB42 CB43
MA5 A4 DQ4 DQ2 MA5 A4 DQ4 DQ5 + CE22
28 9 28 9
MA6 A5 DQ5 DQ1 MA6 A5 DQ5 DQ6 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF
29 11 29 11
MA7 A6 DQ6 DQ0 MA7 A6 DQ6 DQ7 220uF/16V
30 12 30 12
MA8 A7 DQ7 DQ8 MA8 A7 DQ7 DQ8
31 39 31 39
MA9 A8 DQ8 DQ9 MA9 A8 DQ8 DQ9
32 40 32 40
MA10 A9 DQ9 DQ10 MA10 A9 DQ9 DQ10 SD33
20 42 20 42
DBA0 A10 DQ10 DQ11 DBA0 A10 DQ10 DQ11
19 43 19 43
BA/A11 DQ11 DQ12 BA/A11 DQ11 DQ12
45 45
SDCLK DQ12 DQ13 SDCLK DQ12 DQ13 CB44 CB46 CB48
35 46 35 46 CB45 CB47
SDCKE CLK DQ13 DQ14 SDCKE CLK DQ13 DQ14 + CE23 CB49
34 48 34 48
CKE DQ14 DQ15 CKE DQ14 DQ15 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF
49 49
DCS# DQ15 SD33 DBA1 DQ15 SD33 220uF/16V 0.1uF
18 18
DRAS# CS DRAS# CS
17 1 17 1
DCAS# RAS VCC DCAS# RAS VCC
16 25 16 25
DWE# CAS VCC SD33 DWE# CAS VCC SD33
15 15
WE WE
7 7
DQM0 VCCQ DQM0 VCCQ
14 13 14 13
DQM1 DQML VCCQ DQM1 DQML VCCQ
36 38 36 38
DQMH VCCQ DQMH VCCQ SD33
44 44
VCCQ VCCQ DV33 L23 FB DQ[0..15]
33 33
NC NC SD33 [2] DQ[0..15]
37 4 37 4
NC VSSQ NC VSSQ [2] MA[0..11] MA[0..11]
10 10
VSSQ VSSQ CB50 + CE24 BA[0..1] BA[0..1]
26 41 26 41 [2]
VSS VSSQ VSS VSSQ [2] DQM[0..1] DQM[0..1]
50 47 50 47
VSS VSSQ VSS VSSQ 0.1uF 47uF/16V DCLK DCLK
[2]
[2] DCKE DCKE
[2] CAS# CAS#
ESMT M12L16161A-7 ESMT M12L16161A-7 [2] RAS# RAS#
[2] WE# WE#
[2] CS# CS#
delete
VCC
L24 NO_USE
FLASH_VCC DRAM
DV33 RN1

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L25 FB
DCS# 1 2 CS#
16Mb CB51 + CE25 DRAS# 3 4 RAS#
A20 R61 R AA20 DCAS# 5 6 CAS# [2] PCE# PCE#
0.1uF 47uF/16V DWE# 7 8 WE# [2] PRD# PRD#
U9 A21 R62 R AA21 [2] PWR# PWR#
33x4
MA0 23 2 DQ7 32Mb [2] A[0..21] A[0..21]
MA1 A0 DQ0 DQ6
24 4
MA2 A1 DQ1 DQ5 DBA0 R63 33 BA0 [2] AD[0..7] AD[0..7]
25 5
MA3 A2 DQ2 DQ4 U11
26 7
MA4 A3 DQ3 DQ3 A1 AD0 DBA1 R64 33 BA1 FLASH
29 8 25 29
MA5 A4 DQ4 DQ2 A2 A0 D0 AD1
30 10 24 31
MA6 A5 DQ5 DQ1 A3 A1 D1 AD2 SDCKE R65 33 DCKE
31 11 23 33
MA7 A6 DQ6 DQ0 A4 A2 D2 AD3
32 13 22 35 [2] SCL SCL
MA8 A7 DQ7 DQ8 A5 A3 D3 AD4 SDCLK R66 33 DCLK
33 42 21 38 [2] SDA SDA
MA9 A8 DQ8 DQ9 A6 A4 D4 AD5
34 44 20 40
(4) SDRAM&FLASH&EEPROM

MA10 A9 DQ9 DQ10 A7 A5 D5 AD6


22 45 19 42
MA11 A10/AP DQ10 DQ11 A8 A6 D6 AD7
35 47 18 44 IIC
DBA0 A11 DQ11 DQ12 A9 A7 D7
20 48 8 30 GND
DBA1 BA0/A13 DQ12 DQ13 A10 A8 D8 GND [ 1,2,3,4,5 ]
21 50 7 32
BA1/A12 DQ13 DQ14 A11 A9 D9
51 6 34
SDCLK DQ14 DQ15 A12 A10 D10 DV33
38 53 5 36 DV33 [1]
SDCKE CLK DQ15 A13 A11 D11
37 4 39 VCC VCC
CKE SD33 A14 A12 D12 [1]
3 41
DCS# A15 A13 D13 FLASH_VCC
19 1 2 43 SD33
DRAS# CS VCC A16 A14 D14 A0
18 14 1 45
DCAS# RAS VCC FLASH_VCC A17 A15 D15
17 27 48
DWE# CAS VCC SD33 A18 A16
16 17 14 R67 10k
WE A19 A17 WP/ACC R68 R254
3 16
DQM0 VCCQ AA20 A18 SD33
15 9 9 47 680
DQM1 DQML VCCQ R70 AA21 A19 BYTE 680
39 43 10
DQMH VCCQ A20 U12
49 37
VCCQ PCE# VCC CB52
36 26 CB53 CB54 1 8
NC 10k PRD# CE NC VCC
40 6 28 27 2 7
NC VSSQ PWR# OE GND1 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF NC WP SCL
12 11 46 3 6
VSSQ WE GND2 NC SCL SDA
54 46 4 5
VSS VSSQ GND SDA
41 52 12
VSS VSSQ FLASH_VCC RESET
28
VSS EEPROM 24C16
STM29W160/MX29LV800(160) SOP-8
TSOP 48 pin
ESMT M12L64164A/N.C
TSOP54 8M 16M 32M FLASH
1
+5V
+5V
+5V_TFT
+5V_TFT
+5V_TRAN
+5V_TRAN
Y[3..6] Y[3..6]
ASPDIF
ASPDIF
+5V INT/EXT
INT/EXT
P/N
P/N
R145
Y6 L18 1.8uH SVIDEO_Y 4.7K SCALE
J7 SCALE
L19 CVBS_TFT

3
2.7uH 1 CVBS_TFT
R146 S_Y
2 SCALE R147 4.7K 1 Q16
150R S_Y CVBS_OUT
L20 3 3904 CVBS_OUT
2.7uH S_C
4
C43 C44 GND TFT_OUT
5

2
GND +5V TFT_OUT
47pF 47pF
S_VIDEO
C45 C46 CON4
270pF 270pF R148 13
SCALE
Y5 L21 1.8uH SVIDEO_C 4.7K +5V_TRAN 12 MODE
F1 FB 11 VGND

3
R149
P/N R150 4.7K 1 Q17 TFT_CVBS F2
150R FB 10 VIDEO
3904
C48 C49 F3 FB 9 NTSC/PAL

2
47pF 47pF
F4 FB 8 GND
-10V_TFT F5 FB 7 -10V_TFT
-10V_TFT
Y4 L22 1.8uH CVBS_TFT 9VIN F6 FB 6 +9VPOWER
9VIN
L43 +3.3V_TFT F7 FB 5
R151 TFT_OUT TFT_CVBS +3.3V_TFT +3.3V
150R +5V_TFT F8 FB F9 FB 4 +5V_TFT
+5V_TFT
0
C51 C122 +7.5V_TFT F10 FB F11 FB 3 +7.5V_TFT
+7.5V_TFT

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47pF 47pF C123 C124
+15V_TFT F12 FB 2 +15V_TFT
OPEN 330pF-OPEN +15V_TFT
F13 FB 1 HVGND
Y3 L45 1.8uH CVBS_OUT TFT I/O
L44 0
R152 CVBS_OUT VIDEO_TV + 1
75R C127
C129 C130 0.1uF
C128 C113 330pF-OPEN
47pF 47pF OPEN C126
330uF/6.3V
2
C
1 B E3
2N3904
(5) VIDEO OUTPUT

J10
1 VIDEO
VIDEO_TV 2 VIDEO
3
ASPDIF R153 100R C131 0.1uF COAXIAL
4
GND
5
GND
R154 VIDEO/COAXIAL
100R C132 C133 C134
330pF 270pF 470pF
1
VCCAUD
VCCAUD
RN3
ACLK ACLK C52 220pF
ACLK 1 2 SACLK
ALRCK ALRCK R85
ALRCK 3 4 SLRCK
ABCK ABCK R88 R89 15K U15A
ASDAT0 ABCK 5 6 SBCLK C53
ASDAT0
4

ASDAT0 SDAT0 10uF/16V 10K 5.1K MC33202D C54


MUTE_DAC 7 8
MUTE_DAC 10uF/16V
+

2 -
AOUT_L
+

33x4 1
SHUTDOWN VREF5V 3 +
SHUTDOWN

3
AL C55 10K R90 1.8K R94 560R
1000pF R92 R93 1 Q8
U16 VCC 100K/? 3904
8

VCC
+
C57

2
SDAT0 1 8 DAC_ML C56
SDATA AOUTL 0.1uF
47uF/10V R95
SBCLK 2 7 A_AVDD
DEM/SCLK VA
0R
SLRCK 3 6
LRCK AGND

2
SACLK 4 5 C58 C59
MCLK AOUTR 1 3904
A_AVDD 220pF R97
0.1uF U15B C60 Q9
R98 C61 R96 560R
R100 R101 10uF/16V
4

CS4334-OPEN 10uF/16V 15K MC33202D


10K AOUT_R

3
5.1K

+
C62 +C63 6
+

-
47R 7 R99 1.8K
0.1uF 220uF/6.3v U27 VREF5V 5 +
C64 R103
1000pF R102 10K
1 10 100K/?
8

SDATA AOUTR R104


A_MUTE
2 9 0R
DEM/SCLK VA DAC_MR
3 8
LRCK GND
VCC 4 7
MCLK AOUTL
5 6
VQ FILT+ C67 R111
Q10
A_L_SPEAKER 8550 560R
R110 3 2 MUTE_IN
CS4344-OPEN

+
1K/5k R109 4.7K
10uF/6.3V
VREF5V

1
VCC_AUD
C20 + R113 C21 R114
47uF/10V 1K/5k 0.1uF AR 3.3K
R116 R115
R117 R118
1k 470R
open 3.3K
R119 R120
1K 1K
J4 L13
C24 R122 R123 1 J5 2 L14
1 10uH
A_R_SPEAKER 2 3
3.9k 4.7K 2 10uH
3 4
3

+
R127 4.7K 4 5
10uF/6.3V 4
5 6
5 R129 R130
1
VOLUME 10K PHONEJACK 200K R131
0R
0R

PHONE_ON

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+C26 +C27
U19 10uF/6.3V 10uF/6.3
1 24
GND ROUT+
2 23
ROUT- SE/BTL
3 22
PVDD HP/LINE
4 21 CON3
C28 RHPIN VOLUME ROUT+ 1
ROUT+

+
A_R_SPEAKER 5 20 ROUT- 2
C29 RLINEIN SEDIFF LOUT+ ROUT-
3
2.2uF/6.3V 1uF LOUT- LOUT+
6 19 4
RIN SEMAX LOUT-
7 18
C30 VDD GND C182 SPEAKER
1uF 8 17 2.2uF C31 C32 C85 C86
C36 LIN BYBASS

680pF

680pF

680pF

680pF
+
A_L_SPEAKER 9 16
LLINEIN FADE
2.2uF/6.3V 10 15 SHUTDOWN
LHPIN SHUTDOWN
VCC_AUD 11 14
PVDD LOUT+
12 13
C34 C35 C37 LOUT- GND
+ +
0.1uF
47uF/10V 47uF/10V TPA6011
VCC_AUD +3.3V
1 L15 1
D7
220uH
1 2
VCC
VCC

2
1N4148 + C38 + C39
R132 D8 100uF/6.3V 100uF/6.3V
22K
1N4148
+3.3V
+3.3V

2
R133

1
AOUT_R
+3.3V +5V 1 Q11
R134 3906
CVBS_TFT J9 470R
open D9
TFT_OUT A_IN/OUTR L16 22uH C40

3
1 +
CVBS_OUT A_R_SPEAKER A_IN/OUTL AUDIOL 100uF/6.3V A_MUTE
2 1 2
AUDIOL
L17 22uH 3

4
3
2

2
3
4
A_IN/OUTR AUDIOR
4
R135 GND 1N4148
5

+
4
3
2

2
3
4
U23 U21 GND
200K
F_TB3GA4.5Z F_TB3GA4.5Z AUDIO L/R
R136
560R C41 C42

5
6
7

7
6
5
R137 SHUTDOWN

-
R138
4.7K 4.7K 470pF 470pF

3
A_L_SPEAKER

5
6
7

7
6
5
(6) AUDIO OUTPUT

R140 4.7K MUTE_IN A_IN/OUTL R139


1 Q12
open

3
3904 AOUT_L
R141 4.7K 1 Q13 CVBS_TFT

3
3904 CVBS_TFT

2
R142 3K
TFT_OUT Q14 1 INT/EXT
INT/EXT

3
TFT_OUT 9014

2
R143 4.7K Q15 CVBS_OUT
MUTE_DAC 1
3904 CVBS_OUT

2
2
R144
1K
3 Power

3.1 Power Supply

Input voltage:
Normal voltage: 100 to 240 Vac.
Variation range: 90 to 264 Vac.
Input frequency:
Normal frequency: 50 to 60 Hz.
Variation range: 47 to 63 Hz.
Input current: 0.6 arms max. at any input voltage and max. DC output rated load.

Inrush current: 70 amps max. cold start at 240 Vaz. Input, with rated load and 25 ambient.

AC leakage current: 0.25 mA max. at 240 Vac. Input.

3.2 Rechargeable Battery

Output Voltage8.4~6.0V
Cut-off Voltage5.7~6.0V
Charge voltageThe battery pack should be charged when the input voltage is from11V to 15V
Chargera.) Hiteker DC12V/2.7A adaptor.
b.) Hiteker DC12V/2.7A adaptor and Portable DVD
LED is in red color when the battery pack is in charging; and turns into green color when
batter pack is full.
If the battery pack is in Full status, no matter use adaptor charge directly or link DVD to
charge again, the LED must be turn into green color in 15 min.
The cycle life of battery pack has more than 300 cycles.
Charge: The battery pack must be able to charge when used the Hiteker DC12V/2.7A adaptor or
Hiteker DC12V/2.7A adaptor and portable DVD (power off status).
Discharge: Using the battery pack as the power source for portable DVD that in DVD disc
playing mode, the discharging time must be exceed 2.5hrs.

3.2.1 Electrical Protection


The battery pack shall be capable of withstanding a continuous short circuit output without damage.

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The battery pack shall return to normal operation only after the fault has been removed.
A thermal fuse must be added on the surface of cell body to protect the battery pack.
A polyswitch must be add to protect the battery pack.

Charge & Play Time of Battery Pack

Charge Time DVD Title Styling


(hr) Play Time (hr)

Ni-MH 2400mAh
4~5 2.5
(6S1P)

For DPC-7400 Series

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4 Dimension & Physical Characteristics

4.1 Outline Dimension


200mm(L) x 155mm(W) x 38mm(H)

4.2 Physical Characteristics

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4.3 Exploded View

NO
Drawn:

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5 Regulatory Standards

5.1 Safety

UL
FDA
LVD

5.2 EMI

CE
FCC

5.3 Ergonomics

Dolby

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6 Service Tools and Equipment
6.1Service Tools and Equipment Table

Application Name
General DVD Testing Disc

General Tools screwdriver etc.

Confirm CD Testing Disc

VCD Testing Disc

Adjust Oscillograph

Probes

AV Cables

TV Monitor

Searing-iron

Grounding for electrostatic breakdown Antistatic wrist strap

Conductive material steel sheet

6.2 Storing and Handling Test Discs


It is important for a DVD testing disc keeping its surface precise. Please

care for storing and using it.

1. Do not place the disc on worktable directly after using.

2. Do not store discs in places subject to direct sunlight or near heat sources.

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3. Do not place the disc on a glass surface. It may damage the disc. If this happened,

please use a new testing disc adjust DVD player precision.

6.3 Notes
PLEASE READ ALL NOTES GIVEN IN THIS MANUAL.

■ Locate

● Place the unit on a firm, flat surface.

● Do not place in a high temperature (upwards of 40 ) or high wet

(upwards of 80 percent) area.

● Do not place in an area with a lot of dust.

● Keep away from direct sunlight &domestic heating equipment.

■ Do not fall any objects into the unit.

● Care should be taken so that liquids are not spilled into the unit openings.

Such situations could result in fire or electrical shock.

● Keep the DVD video player away from any magnetic articles such as speaker etc.

■ Superposition

● Please place the DVD player horizontally. Do not place a heavy object

(amplifier, receiver) on it. The object may fall, causing serious personal injury

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or death.

● This unit should be situated away from heat source, such as amplifiers, radiators,

stoves or any other units producing heat.

■ Condensation

Lens could be moistening in these cases.

● Turn on heater shortly,

● In a very wet room,

● Move the player from a cold environment to a heat environment quickly.

Being moisture inside the play could operate normally. Please turn on power and

wait about an hour for drying the moisture.

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7 Spare Parts
7.1 Key Parts List
Location Part NO Part Name Description Maker Remark

GKB2.855.8105MX MEPG Board Hiteker W/O DivX


Main Board
GKB2.855.8138MX MEPG Board(With DivX) Hiteker With DivX

U17 MT1389QE_D MTK1389D MTK W/O DivX


MPEG IC
U11 ICMT1389DE-C MTK1389C MTK With DivX

U11 AT49LV4096AT-70TC FLASH Memory 4M Memory ATMEL W/O DivX

U14 ICMX26LV800BTC-70 IC 8M Memory FUJITSU With DivX

U7 IC42S16100-7T SDRAM IC ISSI W/O DivX


SDRAM IC
U13 IS42S16400-7T SDRAM IC ISSI With DivX

U38 ICBA5954FP MOTOR DRIVE DRIVE IC ROHM W/O DivX

U12 ICBA5954FP IC DRIVE IC ROHM With DivX

U12 IC24C02 EEPROM IC ATMEL W/O DivX


EEPROM IC
U15 IC24C02 EEPROM IC ATMEL With DivX

UM1/2 MP1580 DC TO DC MPS W/O DivX


Power Trans IC
U1/2 MP1580 DC TO DC MPS With DivX

U19 TPA6011 AUDIO Amplifier TI W/O DivX


AUDIO Trans IC
U20 TPA6011 AUDIO Amplifier TI With DivX

GKB4.021.8027MX Key PCB Function Key Part Hiteker For All

GKB2.930.8026MX High Voltage PCB High Voltage PCB TOP-STAR For All

GKB2.855.8042MX Drive PCB TFT LCD Driver Hiteker For All

U201 HX8806 TCON IC TCON IC HIMAX For All

U1 IR3Y29B VIDEO Decode IC VIDEO Decode IC SHARP For All

DM-520A Loader DVD Player Foryou For All

HOP-1200W Pick up Pick up HITACH For All

CCM03-030R1-49 Spindle Motor Spindle Motor Moretech For All

WFF-030PB-08315 Sled Motor Sled Motor WeiZhen For All

PW070XU3 TFT Screen TFT screen PVI For All

GKB4.819.8045MX Rechargeable Battery Ni-MH2400mAh Rebenergy For All

GKB2.930.8015 AC/DC Adapter DC 12V 2.7A SiDa For All

GKB2.018.8072WX Remote Control Remote Control FeiDa For All

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8 Trouble Shooting

8.1 Error Code Table

CODE Descriptions of Error Note


Power Test
T01 No power no action
T02 Power Led indicator is not on or insufficient brightness
T03 Loading time too long
T04 Remote control bad sensing or not functional
T05 System stays in the Run In condition after power on, can’t be tested
T06 System down at power on
T07 System down during playing
T08 Power on unstable
T09 Abnormal sound in the system
Disc Drive Test
T11 Can’t read the disc (No Disc)
T12 Disc drive no action or locked
T13 Disc drive scratches the disc
T14 Some discs can’t be played (can’t play CD or VCD or DVD)
T15 Head does not work
T16 Spindle does not work
Video Test
T21 No video / abnormal (Please indicate the abnormal condition)
T22 Video: no video / abnormal (Please indicate the abnormal condition)
T23 S-Video No video / abnormal or black & white (Please indicate the
abnormal condition)
T24 VCD picture abnormal (Please indicate the abnormal condition)
T25 DVD picture abnormal (Please indicate the abnormal condition)
T26 Picture subtitle display abnormal or no display
T27 Setting menu picture abnormal (Please indicate the abnormal condition)
Audio Test
T31 Audio / left sound channel (AOL) does not have waveform (sound) or
waveform (sound) abnormal
T32 Audio / right sound channel (AOR) does not have waveform (sound) or
waveform (sound) abnormal

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T33 MP3 abnormal sound
T34 Audio no waveform (sound) or waveform (sound) abnormal
Earphone Test
T41 Earphone no sound or the sound has pause, abnormal sound, noise, echo
T42 Earphone (right) no sound or the sound has pause, abnormal sound, noise
T43 Earphone (left) no sound or the sound has pause, abnormal sound, noise
Function Key Test
T51 Video can’t be still or stop
T52 Can’t execute fast forward or rewind
T53 Panel button
System Setting Test
T61 Can’t enter the system setting
T62 The system can not be played or it is down after the system is set
TFT Test
T71 TFT image and color error
T72 TFT image is black and white
T73 TFT image shakes and is distorted
T74 TFT PAL color strip
T75 TFT ripple

6.2 Debug & Trouble Shooting

     

  CB for any missing components and bad soldering
T01No Power
Main Board
A. Check for components on the Main Board to see if there are any short circuits.
B. Check for the power adapter to see if the 12v power is abnormal.
C. Check for components C6,C7,CE100,C3 on the Main Board to see if there are
any short circuits.
D. Check for component CN1 on the Main Board to see if the switch have function.
E. If none of the above actions is effective, please change Main Board.
T02Power LED indicator not on or insufficient brightness
Main Board
A. Open the cover of the portable DVD-player to inspect if LEDfunctionsnormally.

B. Measure the base electrode of Q1 to see if the voltage is high_and the emitter of
Q1 must be high voltage.Q1 is a NPN 3904 type transistor. If it is abnormal ,

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Please replace with a good one.
D. Disassemble F/W, replace with a good one or re-plug it to see if the LED lights
up when Power ON.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.

T03Loading time too long


Main Board
A. Check the flat cable to see if it is adhibited to the right place.
B. Remove the cover to see if the resistors or resistor-array adjacent to U38 and or
U17, to see if there is any cold soldering, hollow soldering, misplaced soldering,
or wrong part.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T04Remote control bad sensing or sensing not functional
Remote control
A. If the main body of the system works normally, then making sure that the
battery of the Remote control has sufficient power, if it is not, replace the battery.
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover and the panel. Check to see if IR1 has short circuit,
broken circuit, hollow soldering, or other problems. Also check if the pins 1 of
IR1 have power.
B. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T05Stay in the Run In condition after power on, can’t be tested
Main Board
A. The same refer to T03.
B. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T06System down at power on
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are correctly
plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the pin 1 of U3 to see if it is low voltage. If not , disassemble R5 or pull it to
low voltage with a lead.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T07System down during play
Main Board
A. Exclude the condition of using battry. (The system will down when the
voltage is too low.)
B. Disassemble U17 F/W, replace with a good one or re-plug it to see if the
symptom will disappear.

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C. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
D. Check the capacitors C19 and the diode D6 to see if the reset circuit works normally.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
DVD ROM
A. Check the loader to see if it is not stable (any condition that some of the discs
can’t be played). If so, replace the loader.
DVD DISC
A. Check the Test Disc to see if there is any serious scratch or ring shape, circular
shape scratches, if so, replace the Test Disc and test again.
T08Power on unstable
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the LDO Q3 to see if it works normally with a 1.8V output voltage.
C. Check the reset circuit refer to the title T07-D.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T09Abnormal sound in the machine base (Power on abnormal sound)
DVD ROM
A. Check the loader to see if it is the source of the abnormal sound. If so, replace the loader.
B. If the abnormal sound comes from the audio speakers, check the audion PNP3906
type Q16 and NPN 3904 type Q8/9/10/12/13/15 to confirm the mute circuit works
normally. If not ,change the audion.
T11Disc drive can’t read (NO DISC)
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check the 28-pin flat cable in the system to see if they
are correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the resistors or resistor-array adjacent to U38 and U17 to see if there is
any hollow soldering or cold soldering.
C.If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board. If it is still not
working, replace the loader.
DVD ROM
A. Check the loader to see if it can’t read. If so, replace the loader.
T12Disc drive no action or locked
Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check to see if it is caused by mis-assembly.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors adjacent to U38 to see if there is any hollow
soldering or cold soldering.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the loader. If it is still not working,

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replace the main board.
T13Disc drive scratches disc
Main Board

A. Check the resistors or capacitors adjacent to IC(U17) to see if there is any hollow
soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.
B. If the above actions are not working, replace the loader. If it is still not working,
replace the main board.

DVD ROM
A. Check the loader to see if it is the cause of disc scratching. If so, replace the
loader.
T14Not every disc can be played
Main Board
A. Check the resistors or capacitors adjacent to IC(U17) to see if there is any hollow
soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.

B. If the above actions are not working, replace the loader. If it is still not working,
replace the main board.

T15Head does not work


Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check the 28-pin flat cable and the 2-pin cable in the
system to see if they are correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors adjacent to IC(U17) to see if there is any hollow
soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the loader. If it is still not working,
replace the main board.

T16Spindle does not work.


Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check the 4-pin flat cable in the system to see if they
are correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors adjacent to IC(U17) to see if there is any hollow
soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the loader. If it is still not working,
replace the main board.

T21no video / abnormal


Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are

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correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Use oscilloscope to measure if Y1 generates 27MHz. If it does not generate
said frequency, and the problems such as cold or hollow soldering have been
ruled out, it maybe Y1 work abnormally . Replace Y1 with a 27MHz
fundamental frequency oscillater.

C. Check if U17(F/W) IC has any problem.


D. Check if switch for TFT on/off is normal; replace a new one if necessary.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
Driver Board
A. Check VR6,VR4,VR1,VR7,VR5 is using the correct component. Also check if
it’s damaged.
B. Adjust VR4,VR6,VR1,VR7,VR5 to the appropriate value.

DVD ROM (less likely to happen)


A. If it is useless to change the main board, then replace the loader.

T22Video no video / abnormal


Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check the main board to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and rule out the problem.
B. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
C. Check RLC following CVBS to see if there is any wrong parts, cold and hollow
soldering, short circuit, broken circuit, broken parts and rule out the problem.
D. If the above actions do not work, then check U17Pin175 and Pin182 to see if
there is CVBS signals.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.

T23S-Video no video / abnormal or black & white


Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check the main board to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and rule out the problem.
B. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
C. Check RLC following Y and C to see if there is any wrong parts, cold and
hollow soldering, short circuit, broken circuit, broken parts and rule out the
problem.

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D. If the above actions do not work, then check U17 Pin179 and Pin181 to see
if there is Y and C signals.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.

T24VCD abnormal picture


Main Board

A. Check main board to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and short
circuit problem and rule out the problem.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors components or those adjacent to IC to see
if there is any hollow soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.

DVD ROM
A. If the abnormal picture is the problem of pause or skipping tracks, then making
sure if the disc has any scratches or dirt, if no such problems then replace the
loader.
T25DVD abnormal picture
Main Board

A. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and short circuit
problem and rule out the problem.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors components or those adjacent to IC to see
if there is any hollow soldering, cold soldering, wrong part, or misplaced soldering.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.

DVD ROM
A. If the abnormal picture is the problem of pause or skipping tracks, then making
sure if the disc has any scratches or dirt, if no such problems then replace the
loader.
T26Picture subtitle abnormal display or no display
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover and dis-assemble F/W (U17). Replace it with a good
F/W or re-plug it, then check if the action is normal. Otherwise replace the F/W.
B. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and short circuit
problem and rule out the problem.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T27Setting menu abnormal picture
Main Board
A. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and rule out the problem.

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B. Remove and dis-assemble U7 with a 16Mbit SDRAM.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T31Audio /left channel (AOL) no sound or abnormal sound
Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check U15 on the Main board to see if there is any cold
soldering, hollow soldering, or damage. Rule out the problem.
B. Check all parts following AOL to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering,
short circuit, broken circuit, parts missing, wrong parts and rule out the
problem.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T32Audio /right channel (AOR) no sound or abnormal sound
Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check U15 on the Main board to see if there is any cold
soldering, hollow soldering, or damage. Rule out the problem.
B. Check all parts following AOR to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering,
short circuit, broken circuit, parts missing, wrong parts and rule out the
problem.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T33MP3 abnormal sound
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.
B. Check the resistors or capacitors components on the main board, or those
adjacent to IC to see if there is any hollow soldering or cold soldering.

C.If the above actions are not working, replace the main board. If it is still not
working, replace the loader.
T34Audio no waveform (sound) or waveform (sound) abnormal
Main Board
A. Remove the cover. Check U15 on the main board to see if there is any cold
or hollow soldering and rule out the problem.
B. Check all parts following AOL and AOR to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering, short circuit, broken circuit, parts missing, or wrong parts. Rule out
the problem.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T41Earphone Audio no waveform (sound) or waveform (sound) abnormal
Main Board
A. Remove the top cover, check all flat cables in the system to see if they are
correctly plugged to the fixed positions, or re-plug them.

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B. Check U19,U15 and J4,CON3 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and rule out the problem.
C. If the above action does not work after the inspection, replace the main board.
T42Earphone Audio right no waveform (sound) or waveform (sound ) abnormal
Main Board
A. Check U19,U15 and J4,CON3 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and rule out the problem. Especially check for C24,C26,C28.
B. If the above action does not work after the inspection, replace the main board.
T43Earphone Audio left no waveform (sound) or waveform (sound) abnormal
Main Board
A. Check U19,U15 and J4,CON3 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and rule out the problem.Especially check for C27,C36,C67.
B. If the above action does not work after the inspection, replace the main board.
T51Video can’t be still or stopped
Remote control
A. If the main body of the system works normally, then making sure that the
battery of the Remote control has sufficient power, if it is not, replace the
battery.
Main Board
A. Check to see if U17 is damaged, and check all parts following U17 to see
if there is any cold or hollow soldering, short circuit, broken circuit, broken
parts, parts missing and rule out the problem.
B. Check to see whether U17 is damaged.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
T52Can’t execute fast forward or rewind
Main Board
A. Check to see if U17 is damaged, and check all parts following U17 to see
if there is any cold or hollow soldering, short circuit, broken circuit, broken
parts, parts missing and rule out the problem.
B. Check to see whether U17 is damaged.
C. If the above actions do not work after the inspection, it means the main board or
F/W is bad. Replace the main board or re-burn the F/W (U11).
T53Panel button
Main Board
A. Check U17 and 11-pin plug in jack CON2 to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
B. If the above actions do not work after the inspection, check the 11pin cable to see if there is any damage.
C. If the above actions are not working, Replace the control board or the main board.
T61Can’t enter the system setting

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Main Board
A. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
B. If the above actions do not work after the inspection, it means the main board or
F/W is bad.
C. If the disk is abnormal, ask for a new version software .
T62System can’t play or system down after setting
Main Board
A. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
B. If the above actions do not work after the inspection, it means the main board or
F/W is bad. Replace the main board or re-burn the F/W (U11).
T71TFT image and color error
Main Board
A. Check the 11-pin cable connected to the driver board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
B. Check devices after Y/C signal to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
C. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
Driver Board
A. Measure the voltages of VGH,VGE,VCC,VDD,VIN and VSS to see if they are
correct.
B. Check VC1 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
C. Check Y1,Y2 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the Driver Board.
T72TFT image is black and white
Main Board
A. Check the 11-pin cable connected to the driver board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
B. Check devices after Y/C signal to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
C. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
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A. Measure the voltages of VGH,VGE,VCC,VDD,VIN and VSS to see if they are
correct.
B. Check VC1 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
C. Check the devices surrounding U1 and U201 to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
D. Check Y1,Y2 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Driver Board.
T73TFT image shakes or is distorted
Main Board
A. Check the 11-pin cable connected to the driver board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
B. Check devices after Y/C signal to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering
and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
C. Check U17 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
Driver Board
A. Measure the voltages of VGH,VGE,VCC,VDD,VIN and VSS to see if they are
correct.
B. Check VC1 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
C. Check the devices surrounding U1 and U201 to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
D. Check Y1,Y2 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
E. If the above actions are not working, replace the Driver Board.
T74TFT PAL color strip
Driver Board
A. Measure the voltages of VGH,VGE,VCC,VDD,VIN and VSS to see if they are
correct.
B. Check VC1 to see if there is any cold or hollow soldering and reverse soldering
of IC or parts missing.
C. Check the devices surrounding U1 and U201 to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
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soldering of IC or parts missing.
F. Check Pin 1 to Pin 16 on U202 for any cold or hollow soldering and reverse
soldering of IC or parts missing.
G. If the above actions are not working, replace the Driver Board.
T75TFT ripple
Main Board
A. Check the 13-pin cables connected to the driver board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
B. Check the 3-pin cable connected to the inverter board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Main Board.
Driver Board
A. Measure the voltage U1 to see if it is correct.
B. Check the devices surrounding VR202 to see if there is any cold or hollow
soldering and reverse soldering of IC or parts missing.
C. If the above actions are not working, replace the Driver Board.
Inverter Board
A. Check the 3-pin cable connected to the inverter board to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
B. Check the sharing cable connected to the panel to see if there is any problem
of plugging. Rule out the problem.
C. Check the high-voltage cable connected to the panel to see if there is any
problem of plugging. Rule out the problem.
D. If the above actions are not working, replace the inverter board.

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